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The Private Lives of Pippa Lee is about the bewildering ways we become who are, the daily steps we take that end up being called ¿a life.¿ It unfolds like a dream, like finding a door in your bedroom that you never noticed before, and slowly opening it, and coming upon a whole world on the other side, a world that you never knew existed. Rebecca Miller knows what all artists know¿that it is impossible to reveal a life in its fullness¿but in this wise and irreverent novel, the glimpses she allows us are stunning.¿ ¿Nick Flynn, author of Another Bullshit Night in Suck City¿THE PRIVATE LIVES OF PIPPA LEE is a beautifully layered and subtle novel of identity, with a wonderfully vivid sense of place and character. And it's hesitatingly wise in all sorts of ways, as well as being a deftly constructed page-turner.¿ ¿Joseph O¿Connor, author of Star of the Sea